Jump Grasshopper, Jump! – Lean Startup Meetups

Lean Startup Meetups

Sooo…I haven’t been updating my blog recently.

Been a bit busy and I will try to get back into a regular blogging schedule, finish my posts on the Business Model Canvas for User Experience (which I think will be promptly renamed), and do some other posting on personas.

Big news, I joined LUXr!

[Update: It was a really fun year working with Luxr but as they have shifted focus away from direct coaching with accelerator programs to their direct to consumer video model I’ve decided to keep working as a lean coach with accelerators & enterprises independently as well as building up the Lean Startup Peer-to-Peer Circle where I can do the most good.]

I’ve been working together with LUXr / teaching elements of their curriculum for the past year or so and it’s great to finally get a chance to work with the great team of Janice Fraser, Kate Rutter, Jason Faser, and Jeana Alayaay! I’ve been hacking away on a new web site for them the past two weeks and I’ll be posting a lot more about what I’m doing over there on this blog and theirs at blog.luxr.co

In the meantime, I’m travelling in Europe doing a bunch of different workshop, talks and visiting different lean startup meetups. Today I’m at the Manchester Lean Startup Group. Yesterday I was in London at the Agile UX Meetup and one of the awesome participants in the Business Model for User Experience workshop contributed these sketchnotes. Enjoy and go check out the sketch notes of Eva-Lotta Lamm on her site.

Sketch notes from London Agile UX meetup with Business Model Canvas for User Experience

Discussion (3 comments)

  1. Ray says:

    Woohoo sweet! Enjoy your travels. Asia anytime soon?

    1. Tristan says:

      I wish! Not at the moment.

  2. Pingback: Hacking the business model canvas (in sketch notes) | We Love Lean

  3. Isam says:

    Hi Tristan,
    this is Isam from eJameya, I am here and would like your input on eJameya which I sure will appreciate.

Got something to say?

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.